Sarah Harding, a former member of Girls Aloud, has died at the age of 39 as a result of contracting… breast cancer. The news was shared on the singer’s profile with a message from her mother, Mary.
“It is with great sadness that I share today the sad news of the death of my beautiful daughter Sarah. Many of you have learned of Sarah’s battle with cancer and that she suffered from her diagnosis until the last day. She left in peace this morning.”, he wrote.
I would like to thank everyone for their lovely support over the past year. It meant the world to Sarah and gave her great strength and comfort to know she was loved. I know she wouldn’t want people to remember her for her struggle with this terrible disease – she was a shining star and I hope that’s the way she can be remembered.
The singer, who became famous in the early 2000s for being one of the main vocalists of the British girl group Aloud, He announced the cancer in August of last year, revealing that the disease had already spread to other parts of his body.
In March 2021, she released her autobiography, “Hear Me Out,” explaining that she had decided to talk about cancer to help others interested in seeing a doctor, especially during the cancer epidemic. Covid-19.
“There was a lot of news about people who missed their check-ups during Close by covid, even if they are worried about something,” she said in the book.
Sarah is still writing Her doctor said she won’t live until next Christmas.
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Sarah, 39, rose to fame in 2002 as part of the talent show “Popstars: the Rivals,” where she formed Girls Aloud with four other singers: Cheryl Tweedy, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh. Her debut single, “Sound of the Underground,” was number one on the Christmas charts that year, as it was the first of four chart-topping singles during her career.
Girls Out Loud broke up in 2013. Harding released a solo EP, had a short role on the series Coronation Street, and appeared in reality programs, including gymnastics talent show “Tumble”, as well as winning the 20th season of “Celebrity Big Brother” in 2017.
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